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Erbauer LED Rechargeable Work Light 20W 7.4V £27.98 Screwfix
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Erbauer LED Rechargeable Work Light 20W 7.4V £27.98 Screwfix

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Wireless rechargeable LED work light offering 300° rotation with 11-position settings. Ergonomic, portable design. In closed position, the optical compartment is protected for safe storage. Offers versatility in the workplace with 2 foldable hooks and 2 wall fixing holes. Features 2 lighting settings, LED power charge indicator and wide handle for easy carrying.

  • IP54
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Up to 30,000 Hours Life
  • 5hr Charge Time
  • 3 Hours Run Time
  • Rechargeable
  • 20W
  • 2 x Lumen Settings ( Max. 1600lm)
  • Adaptor & Car Charger Included
  • Robust
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Don't forget, Screwfix is B&Q and the same light there is £2 more. So if it sells out you know you can get one at B&Q for £30
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Any cheap, rechargeable led inspection lights or magnetic torches that you can angle? I'm looking for something for my father who's current one is on its last legs!
Would this provide enough light for general indoor painting where hardwired not yet an option just yet? Emulsion of walls etc.. Need to see what I'm doing and wondering if this would throw enough light for the task in hand...any feedback of those already using the lamp appreciated. Otherwise, are there alternative rechargeable units recommended by hukd public?!
john.hostFy605/11/2019 09:26

Don't forget, Screwfix is B&Q and the same light there is £2 more. So if …Don't forget, Screwfix is B&Q and the same light there is £2 more. So if it sells out you know you can get one at B&Q for £30 https://www.diy.com/departments/erbauer-worklight-7-4-v/3663602563044_BQ.prd


That one is only 10 watts. 20 watt version at b and q is £37
Edited by: "jw021979" 5th Nov
adoks4me05/11/2019 11:42

Would this provide enough light for general indoor painting where …Would this provide enough light for general indoor painting where hardwired not yet an option just yet? Emulsion of walls etc.. Need to see what I'm doing and wondering if this would throw enough light for the task in hand...any feedback of those already using the lamp appreciated. Otherwise, are there alternative rechargeable units recommended by hukd public?!


I bought a 30watt on one Sunday and it's very good, diffuses the light well.
I would think one 20 watt on its own may not be enough for your job, but you could get 2 and buy the tripod which is around 15 quid
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